The Lady Lancers had three players appear on the All-Crossroads League Team as well as winning the league’s Coach of the Year.
Marcus Moore was tabbed as the CL’s Coach of the Year. He led the Lady Lancers to an 11-3 mark in the fall, securing the second-most wins in a single season as well as the second-highest winning percentage in team history.
Mast and Copeland ended their careers in impressive fashion. Mast, who played as Grace’s No. 1 singles and doubles ace throughout her career, posted a 20-8 record this fall. She was 10-4 at both No. 1 singles and No. 1 doubles.
Copeland played at No. 2 doubles and No. 2 singles all season, producing an overall record of 20-7. She was 12-2 in doubles’ play with Jayna Armstrong and went 8-5 at No. 2 singles.
Ortega posted a 22-6 record in her first season with the Lady Lancers. She was nearly perfect with a 12-2 mark at No. 3 singles, and she went 10-4 at No. 1 doubles with Mast.
Copeland and Mast will both end their collegiate careers with 35 singles’ victories, good for No. 6 all-time for Grace.
Mast ends her three-year career with a 69-18 overall record, No. 6 all-time. Her .793 winning percentage ranks first all-time.
Copeland amassed a career record of 82-35, marking the second-most wins in team history. Her .701 winning percentage ranks No. 5 in Grace’s record books. She graduates with 47 doubles’ victories, most in Grace’s history.
As a side note, the last Grace tennis coach to win the Coach of the Year was also a Moore. Marcus’s twin brother Scott was named the league’s Coach of the Year in 2016.